The College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University: A Personal Perspective of Its Founding
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Documents for Academic Consultants
Parts I, II and III
These documents were prepared and given to each of the teams of academic consultants,
with the exception of the Laboratory Animal members (who served as consultants individually
and/or in small groups). Each committee member was sent a complete set of documents and
asked to read them before they arrived.
Part I reviewed the background and the status of the program.
Part II presented a written definition of the concepts and/or of the parameters that defined
our desired program direction.
Part III was a set of questions and an integrated outline of goals, philosophies, and objectives
to guide their deliberations. This was the document from which they would work.
Disclaimer: The numbers presented and values expressed herein are those prepared for
and presented to the committees on, or after, August 19, 1976. They are not necessarily the
amounts, numbers, or values that eventually developed as the basic program of the school.